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21 February 2024

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My Grief is: A collective community poem

We invited patients, staff, volunteers, the bereaved and our wider community to create a collective grief poem.

As part of National Grief Awareness Week in December 2023, we invited staff, patients, volunteers, and the wider community to create a collective grief poem.

Titled ‘My Grief Is’, we collected submissions both in-person and virtually for our poem which stretches at more than 10 metres long.

The images below capture some parts of the poem which we’re now working on turning into a more permanent form.

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